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it's october 11th, time for videos going viral "right this minute." rescuers saving a hungry stray, knowing a litter of pups must be nearby. >> they have to find those babies. >> the moment the frantic search finally pays off. >> guy just did the crazy sign at us. >> maybe because it's a little crazy to travel -- >> to new york city to mexico in a canoe. >> sharing stories along the 2,200-mile journey. >> ended up joining 25 cops for dinner. a social experiment looks at whether you're more likely to help someone -- >> based on their hair color. >> how blonde versus brunette sparks one big debate. >> not that you should help somebody that's a hot mess. >> plus the buzz word for your chance to win a new ipad mini as
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christian, oli, charity, gayle, and nick break down the best on the web, including chaos at a family birthday party after dad -- >> grabs a handful of icing. >> how the little one proves don't mess with mom. hope for paws does a lot of wonderful work. they get calls on many stray dogs in the los angeles area, and they do what they can to go fetch them, and this is a stray dog who's taken up residence at a nursery, and because of that they ended up naming the dog petunia. and there's petunia right there. the first thing they have to do is catch her. she kind of creeps out. we know one thing about hope for paws, they like to throw them food to see if it coaxes them up. she's not interested, goes back under the truck. approach her, get on her level.
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eventually -- >> wagging your tail. >> you got a little tail wag there. >> they are able to start giving her pats, some pets. >> that's cute. >> don't go anywhere, don't go anywhere. okay, i got her by the legs. >> finally he pulls her out and pulls her into his lap. >> it's okay. >> does she have babies or is she expecting? i notice some swollen on the belly. >> very good eye, because they do notice -- >> she's lactating for sure. >> once they put the leash on her, they have to go find the babies. these guys seem to know where it is. >> just one? >> nearby under a bush they find a solitary puppy. >> just one. >> oh, my gosh. >> this is unusual for a dog to have just one puppy. >> got to keep looking. >> they want to figure out if there are other puppies. they said they figured out if they let the mom look around she would usually look where the puppies are. they search for an hour so they
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think there's only one puppy, so now they take her back to the center. there she is somebody's lap, licking her baby. as you can see, mama and baby are being fostered and now baby's eyes are open and cute as can be. ride until the wheels fall off. we're familiar with that phrase, right? well, in turkey they took it quite literally. here comes the bus. a man steps out of the bus. as he's stepping out -- >> holy cow! >> oh, man! >> so close to getting racked. >> that car got racked. >> look how far it moved when it hit. that's brutal. >> we have a different angle. >> look at that! >> imagine if that had hit that man. that was coming at him with so much force. >> you know what would have happened to charity and me? >> except i bounce back.
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>> i don't. i would have been broken in three places. >> good news is, probably would have been caught on your instagram. >> good thing we can laugh about this. >> the man in this next video, there you see him kneeling in the middle of the street and cars are trying to go around him. he has several close calls. it's pouring down rain in taiwan and he's not moving. baby, baby, please! >> oh, wait, really? >> yes. outside of her spot. >> isn't he supposed to be holding a boom box over his head or something? >> that's how much he loves her. >> got to sit in traffic before you take me back. >> i can't imagine why. >> exactly, that is not love. >> that is crazy. >> no stranger to adventure.
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in fact, he once hitchhiked across america 3,500 miles. well, he's got himself a new adventure that doesn't involve roads. >> i'm paddling in a canoe to mexico. >> from new york city to mexico in a canoe. you just kind of, like, what? >> that's kind of a cool adventure. >> amazing adventure. 2,800 miles. he's going to use the intercoastal waterways starting from the statue of liberty. didn't start too well. >> all right? >> apparently, it's illegal to fly a drone almost anywhere. >> $25,000 fine. >> which would have been absurd, by the way. >> this guy caught wind of this adventure on instagram and decided to come along, because this guy has a ton of experience to help escort him out of new york. let's be honest, that is some of the busiest water out there. >> guy just did the crazy sign
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at us. >> a lot of people will be making that sign. >> i'm excited for him, but i'm afraid. >> magnitude starts to sink in. >> feels like i'm not totally bought into this idea because it's such a long ride. >> it's a fascinating story, but to tell us more how it's going, we have him live "right this minute." where are you now? >> i'm in deltaville, virginia. >> how many miles is that so far? >> i think it's around 300 miles from new york city. >> how's it going? >> as you see in the first episode, i was kind of overwhelmed, but the more i've been traveling and getting to new places and meeting awesome people, i've come to look forward to every bit of it and it's been awesome so far. >> what have you learned about yourself and the country we live in so far? >> probably learned more about people, just how generous they are. i got woken up by some cops and told them what i was doing, they invited me to breakfast and
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bought me a hotel room. then i ended up joining 25 cops for dinner. just me and cops. >> how are you, because you have a gofundme page, right? >> yeah, the page got me to start. i was able to buy supplies i needed. i saved up some money, but i need to work more, i do graphic design from my computer, so i'll have to take on more jobs like that. luckily a journey like this isn't too costly, just paying for food here and there. >> hopefully we can check in later on and see how it's going. if you want to follow him, follow him on youtube. thank you so much. >> thanks for having me, guys. appreciate it. >> have fun! it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> it's simple, all you need is tuesday's buzz word, be at least 21 years of age and a legal u.s. or canadian resident. >> the buzz word is coming up in a bit. >> you have a thing for blondes,
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you have a thing for brunettes. would you be more likely to help someone based on their hair color? >> no. >> i wouldn't, but i feel people out in the world would. >> and you would be correct, because the guys over at dailymail.com put this little social experiment together. one blonde, one brunette. they send her out on to the street. the first experiment is with her and her dress, the skirt, stuck in her panties. that's a very embarrassing malfunction when you're wearing a dress. >> notice it, you want to say something, but you don't want to embarrass them at the same time. >> no matter what it's an awkward situation. >> with the blonde she's out for an hour before anybody offers her some help. people look and look and walk past and look. meanwhile, when the brunette was out there, same sarah, just different hair. under 15 minutes the brunette had been helped three times. >> are people more intimidated
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by a blonde woman? >> seriously, though, i'm looking at the difference in wigs. maybe the blonde wig is kind of a hot mess. maybe people are like she's a hot mess anyway. i'm serious. she's just a hot mess. not that you shouldn't help somebody that's a hot mess, but the blonde wig is not cool, and the brunette one is cool. >> fix your skirt. >> my god, thank you. >> they did also try a different experiment. this one actually involves her carrying groceries and then falling. in this case, every single time both of them ended up getting helped. >> you just can't ignore certain things. you're compelled to help in a situation like that. >> where the other situation is a bit more awkward and embarrassing for both parties. i don't want to do that. >> easier to ignore. this one is all up in your face. >> thank you very much. things are getting rocky on
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the trail because -- >> hey! hey! >> somebody is just shooting rounds after round after round. why everyone involved is definitely dodging a bullet. >> stop [ bleep ] shooting down here! and this band's marching to the beat of a romantic classic. but see how the show is just getting started. "right this minute" is brought to you by -- petsmart.
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can go. >> hey! hey! >> sure that's washington? >> did you hear that? somebody is just shooting round after round after round, and these rounds are getting pretty close. >> hey! >> get down, kevin. >> hey! hey! someone down here! >> stop [ bleep ] shooting! >> at least two of them, dude. right over us. >> they believe they pinpoint the shooters' location somewhere down the road. appears to just be firing indiscriminately and breaking m shooting. >> where'd you go? what the [ bleep ]! those bullets go right over our [ bleep ] head down here!
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stop [ bleep ] shooting down here! >> for five miles on sea line. get the [ bleep ] out of here. >> so they never actually caught up with the shooter, they just kind of vanished into the fog. >> yeah, they had a bit of a shouting match through the fog but never came face to face. >> dodged a bullet. >> no kidding, quite literal sense. >> flashed back to world war ii and i wasn't even in world war ii. introducing the illinois state big red marching band. ♪ >> playing that classic, "hey baby." everybody's rocking out. then it suddenly takes a twist.
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>> yes, that's cool. >> like the "top gun" proposal. >> i love this proposal. this couple was a part of the big red marching band and suddenly he drops to his knees and all of the band members -- just look at this woman's face. she doubles over, takes her glasses off, then she says yes. >> oh, man. >> yeah, they hug and he plants one on her. she's holding him so tight. everyone is standing around them, clapping and cheering. >> look at the band, too, they are still going at it. >> this is my favorite proposal of all time. how do you practice in the summer if skiing is your passion? >> that's incredible.
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out in russia, saw something coming to the surface of the water. near their little dingy and couldn't believe their eyes. that is a russian nuclear sub that's reached very close to them. >> so cool! >> they just saw the water start to blur around them, here comes the sub. the rest of the video all they can really do is curse. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. according to the translation, curse word, curse word, curse word. i'm not kidding about this, let's go get drunk. >> [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> this guy needed the help of our friends over at the royal national life boat institution. he was in his small yacht there when power was lost. you see there are some waves nearby. he gets tossed about.
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almost looks to me like he already deployed his little life boat, but the guy is till on his yacht. gets close, they toss him a rope. >> did they use a nuclear submarine? >> i don't believe so. in this case looks like they used a rescue vessel, tossed a guy a line, wrapped it around the bough and pulled him safely to shore. >> that's why these guys rock every time. >> a number has not yet been discovered that will properly allow me to articulate just how high on the truth scale this video is, because -- >> come on. >> you're so -- >> infinity, that's the number. >> finds the nipple, so much fur. >> it's nature. >> instinct kicks in. however, these guys had to help the instinct out in this case, because this particular little baby rabbit was not able to get its fair share of milk compared
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to all of the other ones, so they helped hand feed it, but put it to this video and everyone goes -- it's adorable. one point around here, and then something goes -- no, i'm not, going for more. >> if anybody wanted more today, i don't know what else we could show. >> it's that time, time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you need the buzz word, be at least 21 years of age and a legal u.s. or canadian resident. >> head over to rightthisminute.com and click on win ipad. >> you can enter on facebook, twitter, or both and you can do it on each every day. >> let's reveal today's buzz word. it's science. >> head over to rightthisminute.com, click on the win ipad button and enter the buzz word, science. >> later this week, we're going to have another bonus give away day. that's right, you can enter to win a flat screen tv. tune in, everybody, and good luck.
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mom's birthday celebration gets messy when dad takes the cake and -- >> smears it on his face. >> see why everybody's not a fan of katie v/o: she works hard. she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
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i don't know what to think, but part of celebrating someone's birthday involves smearing cake all over their face. i don't know why. >> who does that? >> not cool, let me eat the cake, don't smash the cake.
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>> part of this video doesn't think it's cool either. >> oh! >> wait, wait, concerned about mom? no, not the cake! >> maybe they suffer from their own cake ptsd, because a lot of times parents smash cake in the little one's face for the first birthday. >> who does that? >> let them eat it. >> believe it or not, was it about the cake they were concerned about? smeared her with cake. the little girl is so angry at her dad. little boy is freaking out. >> all puffed up. she went after dad. >> she's got her mama's back because she starts heading into the kitchen where dad is. >> oh! >> look at that. >> smack on the leg. >> walks back out. >> she totally understands that
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that's not okay. >> cake in your eyes? so concerned about mommy. >> in 20 years, this is the backup you want at the club. >> backup anywhere. hey, y'all don't want to. that's the end of our show. if you're not done, go to rightthisminute.com for more. see you next time on "rtm".
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that is so weird. i thought i had a bunch of cash. what about a credit card? oh, yeah. look, so... it's a little peculiar, but i like to have two wallets, you know, and i kind of keep my credit cards in the oth-- oh, hey! there you go. ha ha! this is a punch card from noodle buddha. no. come on. what? oh, you're right. oh, hey, but on the upside, you know, if i punch the panda in the face three times, i get a free enlightenment platter. yeah. all right, so, i didn't want to have to play the whole carly card, but your boss lady and i, we're kind of like "eee." [ clicks tongue ] you know? like, best... and you can go ahead and charge that, put it on my tab, and she'll be fine with it. she adores me. okay, great. what's -- what's the name? uh, morgan.

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